The dashboard is a popular user interface where one can check in to see if urgent issues have cropped up (without waiting for the phone call), track your work or create that periodic report for your (potentially pointy-haired) boss. With so many fields and far too many widgets, Philip will share some tips and principles to build a Jira dashboard that works for you, whether you are a Jira admin or a user. (Hint: simpler is better!)
Say goodbye to data duplication and erroneous input. In this presentation, you'll see how fetching data from external data sources and displaying it in Jira reduces manual tasks and increases the amount of information in an issue. We'll show you several use-cases - from getting employee details from a LDAP, to searching a product catalog, and displaying customer details from Salesforce.
Straight from the client trenches, discover how, under challenging circumstances, Accelerance was able to maximize profitability by adopting Jira with Tempo, one of the most popular time tracking solution apps in the marketplace.
You know if you don’t maintain your Jira application that it can quickly grow out of control. But where do you start? How do you make small improvements without impacting daily business? What should you do if your application is already a bit of a mess? In this presentation, we’ll address them.
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Entrepreneur, JIRA Administrator & Author
An entrepreneurial-minded process engineer. A leader with a developer’s background. Since 1998, Wright has architected more than 150 stable and secure web sites in her neighborhood and around the globe. Some of the more entertaining and challenging projects include:
● A political campaign in the Republic of El Salvador
● A daily newspaper serving 19 counties in Virginia
● An Austrian woodworking machinery distributor
● A foundation headed by tennis pro Venus Williams
● An event for the Marine Corps League
● Maintaining the primary sales channel for Network Solutions, a Web.com company
● Projects for universities, small and medium size businesses, and consultants
Wright received a B.S. in the Media field, with a Web concentration, and a minor in Information Technology from Radford University. During this time she spent three years directing and leading a team of forty students in the production of Radford University's weekly online magazine. She also taught classes in the Computer Science Department, and chaired the Student Media Committee - all while working towards her own degree.
Specialties: Leadership, project management, and technical expertise, in web development and ecommerce. Facilitating communication between multinational, multi-location, and cross-functional teams. Writing technical documentation and creating training materials. Atlassian JIRA and Confluence application administration.